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Residents at The Village of St. Edward in Fairlawn and Green are enjoying in-person visits with loved ones again

The power of a hug is like a ripple on water: far-reaching, pervasive, profound. When the doors were reopened for personal visits at The Village of St. Edward last month, and residents and their loved ones could finally give each other a long-awaited hug, the scene was magical and heartwarming. “When our doors had to shut in 2020 due...

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Every Northeast Ohio home should have a roof inspection and here’s why you should consider Roofsmith Restoration

When you speak with Roofsmith Restoration founder Mike Farist about the dignity of work, he sounds a lot like Mike Rowe from the hit television series “Dirty Jobs.” He’s passionate, professional and determined. “A lot of kids head off to college because they think that’s what they’re supposed to do,” he says. “Then they...

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Here’s why you should have Floorz under your feet

When you’re determined to be the best, you have to do things the other guys wouldn’t dream of—like build a 20,000-square-foot warehouse during a pandemic—so customers can have even more options than the ones you already offer. To some, that might seem crazy, but to Brian Erickson, owner of Floorz in Fairlawn and Strongsville,...

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After five years of remarkable service, The Renaissance of Richfield/Bath remains dedicated to community

Where we choose to call home matters, and the developers of The Renaissance of Richfield/Bath chose to build where it matters most. Lifelong residents of Richfield—John Troike of Troike Building Corp., in partnership with Mark Hemminger of Hemminger Construction Co.—built the 50,000-square-foot The Renaissance of Richfield/Bath...

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Your garage is sitting quietly, waiting for you to make it the new home gathering venue, workout room, playroom and more

“In or out?” That’s the question my mom would angrily pose to my brother and me as we repetitively tested the endurance of the storm door closer. That’s also the question that many parents are asking about their kid’s upcoming graduation celebration. Outside? It might rain and those giant circus tents are a pain to put up and take...

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